Entrepreneur's Toolbox: Starting or Growing Your Own Company

Want to launch or grow your own company? Gain an overview of everything you need to know to do so and get the tools you need to succeed.

• Taking the leap

• Company formation

• Building your team

• Funding

• Launching your company

• Sales & Marketing

• and more


Register now for $30 (or $40 at the door). 

Event includes food (pizza) and beverages.


EVENT PANELISTS include:

Brett Greene (Fresh Consulting, Seattle Tech Meetup, UP Global)

Leo Lam (award-winning educator, entrepreneur and creative)

Tiffany McVeety (Girandola, VC Team, TeraBeam Networks, +)


SCHEDULE: Check-In/Mingling (5:30-6:15pm), Panel Discussion (approx. 6:15-8pm), Networking/Mingling (8-8:30pm). All times are approximate.


SPONSORS

Davis Wright Tremaine (http://dwt.com) is a law firm, dedicated to providing excellent legal services, and delivering them in a manner customized to each client’s particular needs and preferences.


ABOUT THE PANELISTS

Brett Greene is the Director of Business Development and Digital Marketing for Fresh Consulting. He supports emerging technology communities by co-organizing Seattle Tech Meetup and House of Genius Seattle. He also mentors Founder Institute and Techstars startup companies, and blogs for Fresh Consulting, Social Media Today, Blind Influence and the Huffington Post. Brett has spoken nationally for organizations including BlogWorld, Pod Camp, Davinci Institute, Pivot Guild, and more. You can connect with Brett and his 78,000+ followers on Twitter at @BrettGreene

Leo Lam is an award-winning educator, entrepreneur and creative. He co-founded a medical software company, a fuel-cell company, and he is currently the founder of lilospace, a Seattle co-working incubation space and lilostudio, a visual production studio. His consulting company folilo helps entrepreneurs strategize, brand and position their products for launch. He teaches Electrical Engineering at the UW and is a regular coach/mentor at the Foster Business School. He is also a fashion photographer and his work has been published on four continents. In 2012, he was appointed to be on the Technical Advisory Board for the Seattle Central Creative Academy. 


Tiffany McVeety is a company founder and an advisor to many different companies including GeoPacket Telecom, Alumina Micro (NASDAQ: Microstaq), World Wide Broadcasting, Versaly Entertainment, Stellar One, and the City of Bellevue. She's also the author of the Entrepreneurial Edge book series.


ABOUT US

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  • Diane N.

    Do you have an idea? Join the The Founder Institute Startup Founder 101 event on October 3 ( Not 9/25) and learn how you can transform your idea into reality! The event will be at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP at 6:30 pm. Register http://fi.co/e/3617

    September 19, 2013

  • Diane N.

    Look forward to the event and connecting with you.

    1 · September 16, 2013

    • Peter F.

      Hi. Assuming by 'you' you meant me - I'm in Sweden these days so can't be there, unfortunately. But we're always looking for ways we can work with people and other organizations, such as The Founder Institute. And if your 'you' meant everybody who's attending the event tonight, then, by all means, connect! :-)

      September 16, 2013

    • Diane N.

      Hi Peter, Thanks~The event was fantastic!

      September 19, 2013

  • Diane N.

    The event was great! Very informative, great discussion and panel! Thank you!

    September 19, 2013

  • Nicholas

    The session was very informative, and the panel very knowledgable.

    1 · September 18, 2013

  • Erin L.

    Great Q&A opportunities - lots of smart questions. The answers were encouraging, real and from the experience of the panelists. It was also a nice networking opportunity -e veryone was very friendly, welcoming and encouraging.

    1 · September 17, 2013

  • Gayle J.

    It's very clear I need to draft my business plan.

    1 · September 16, 2013

  • Peter F.

    PLEASE POST and/or TWEET THIS: Launch your own company! "Entrepreneur's Toolbox: Starting or Growing Your Own Company" is TONIGHT! Register NOW... http://www.meetup.com/entrepreneurs/events/137517772/

    1 · September 16, 2013

  • Peter F.

    RSVPs close today at 2pm. After that, the price jumps to $40, paid when you arrive at the event. Either way, it's a bargain! "Gain an overview of everything you need to know to do so and get the tools you need to succeed."

    1 · September 16, 2013

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